The Wayback Machine is a 150 billion page web archive with a front end to serve it through the archive.org website. Today the new machine came to life, so if you using the service, you are using a 20′ by … Continue reading → Topics: Announcements, Wayback Machine Source: https://blog.archive.org/2009/04/24/wayback-machine-comes-to-life-in-new-home-2/
A time lapse of the daily homepages of three museum websites, guggenheim.org, metmuseum.org, moma.org , over two decades, using the Internet Archive Wayback Machine. Contains a total of 964 snapshots. Topics: wayback machine, museums
Today the Internet Archive announces a new initiative to fix broken links across the Internet. We have 360 billion archived URLs, and now we want you to help us bring those pages back out onto the web to heal broken … Continue reading → Topics: Announcements, News, Wayback Machine Source: https://blog.archive.org/2013/10/25/fixing-broken-links/
The Internet Archive’s Wayback Machine now has 85,898,456,616 archived web objects in it, and is available, as always, to the public for free. A snapshot of the World Wide Web is taken every 2 months and donated to the Internet … Continue reading → Topics: Announcements, Wayback Machine Source: https://blog.archive.org/2006/12/05/wayback-machine-has-85-billion-archived-webpages/
A side by side time lapse of the daily homepages of the three US news channels, msnbc.com, cbsnews.com and foxnews.com, Aug-Sep 2016, using the Internet Archive Wayback Machine. Contains a total of 59 snapshots. Topics: wayback machine, tv news channels
Rachel Maddow, MSNBC, The Wayback Machine, From: http://www.msnbc.com/rachel-maddow/watch/internet-archive-looks-to-move-beyond-trump-s-reach-820476483790 Jump 4 min and 27 seconds to where Rachel starts to talk about the Wayback Machine https://archive.org/details/MSNBCRachelMaddow11292016WaybackMachine?start=267 Topics: MSNBC, Rachel Maddow, Wayback Machine
(from the Internet Archive’s Archive-it group: Announcing the first ever Archive-It US Government Shutdown Notice Awards! ) Congress has caused the U.S. federal government to shut down and important websites have gone dark. Fortunately, we have the Wayback Machine to … Continue reading → Topics: Announcements, News, Wayback Machine, blackout Source: https://blog.archive.org/2013/10/02/governmentblackout/
Excerpt from the HBO series "Veep" (Season 3, Episode 7) in which two journalist characters mention using the Internet Archive and the Wayback Machine to find a deleted exercise blog by a staffer of the Vice President. Topics: Internet Archive, Wayback Machine, HBO, Veep
A side by side time lapse of the daily homepages of three major US newspapers, usatoday.com, nytimes.com and washingtonpost.com, over two decades, using the Internet Archive Wayback Machine. Contains a total of 2889 snapshots. Topics: wayback machine, time lapse, us newspapers
A time lapse of the daily homepages of the top three US newspapers by daily circulation, usatoday.com, nytimes.com and wsj.com, Aug-Sep 2016, using the Internet Archive Wayback Machine. Contains a total of 61 snapshots. Topics: wayback machine, us news, time lapse
A time lapse of the daily homepages of three major US cable news channels, msnbc.com, cnn.com and foxnews.com, Aug-Sep 2016, using the Internet Archive Wayback Machine. Contains a total of 59 snapshots. Topics: wayback machine, time lapse, cable news
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Caderno de Resumos do 3º Seminário Internacional de Ciência e Tecnologia na América Latina. Evento realizado pela Coordenadoria de Relações Institucionais e Internacionais da Universidade Estadual de Campinas e ocorrido em 14 e 15 de Setembro de 2006 no Centro de Convenções da Unicamp. Os trabalhos completos estavam hospedados no site do CORI/Unicamp (http://www.cori.unicamp.br/CT2006/index.htm) mas foram retirados do site estando apenas disponível para consulta através da versão... Topics: Caderno de Resumos, Seminário, PDF, Wayback Machine
A time lapse of the daily homepages of three major US newspapers, usatoday.com, nytimes.com and washingtonpost.com, from Nov 12, 1996 to Sep 30, 2016 using the Internet Archive Wayback Machine. Contains a total of 4482 snapshots. Topics: wayback machine, time lapse, nytimes.com, usatoday.com, washingtonpost.com, us news, homepages
"Plugged In" is a feature about that runs every weekday on Evolution 107.9. A radio station run by students in the radio program of the British Columbia Institute of Technology in Burnaby, British Columbia. The broadcast for May 1st, 2013 dealt with the Wayback Machine and featured an interview with the creator of the Internet Archive, Brewster Kahle. Topics: mini documentary, Wayback Machine, Brewster Kahle, Technology, Internet, Radio
For our second episode of the Patrons of Change podcast, we discuss the Wayback machine, Google.org, the Chamber of Commerce, green technology and business/personal automation. Give it a listen and join the conversation at www.patronsofchange.com. Topics: Wayback machine, chamber, google, green tech, technology, business, automation
This screencapture shows a glitch in the Internet Archive's Wayback machine. When asked to provide a list of captures for "politico.com", the Machine includes results for December 13, 2013, almost a month into the future. Topics: Internet Archive, glitch, Wayback Machine, error, mistake, capture
In this episode, Jake and Joel discuss the wide selection of media and features of the Internet Archive. Music attribution: Opening - "Fade Away" from The Better Way by LM Bumper - "Purple Ocean" from Superpalm by Flamingo Closer - "Can't Stop me" from Feeding the Lions EP by ProleteR The opener and closer are used under a creative commons license from Jamendo.com. The bumper is used under a creative commons license from archive.org. Topics: library, librarians, archive.org, wayback machine, internet archive, internet arcade
These links, saved from Blogger by archive.is and the Wayback Machine, feature work by Adam Fieled and the Philly Free School. Topics: adam fieled, philly free school, neo-romanticism, american art, blogger, wayback machine, archive.is
Pt. 2 of a series of links to Adam Fieled/Philly Free School pages, saved from Blogger via the Wayback Machine and archive.is. Topics: adam fieled, philly free school, neo-romanticism, blogger, archive.is, wayback machine
Archive is a documentary focused on the future of long-term digital storage, the history of the Internet and attempts to preserve its contents on a massive scale. Part one features Brewster Kahle, founder of the Internet Archive and his colleagues Robert Miller, director of books, and Alexis Rossi, director of web collections. On a mission to create universal access to all knowledge, the Internet Archive’s staff have built the world's largest online library, offering 10 petabytes of archived... Topics: archive, documentary, wayback machine, petabyte, brewster kahle, alexis rossi, robert miller,...
This 10-29-15 page from the As/Is group poetry blog features a catalog of links for PDFs by American poet Adam Fieled, held in a locked Wordpress account, and further locked in by the Wayback Machine. Topics: as/is, adam fieled, wordpress, wayback machine, american poetry, philly free school
Celebrate at the Internet Archive — 1024 — Thursday, October 24, 2013 The Internet Archive once-a-year celebration and announcements of new services. (And it just so happened to fall on 1024, which our fellow geeks will recognize as 2^10.) We gathered together to tell you about the new steps we’re taking to guarantee permanent, free access to the world’s knowledge. Some things we shared: Reader Privacy for All - Brewster Kahle and Daniel Ellsberg We are helping to protect the reading... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: internet archive, brewster kahle, tracey jaquith, roger macdonald, alexis rossi, jason scott,...
A recording of a presentation from Open Source Bridge 2014 . The slides are also included. With tens of millions of items in its collections, Internet Archive is one of the largest libraries in the world. It provides free and open access to all of its materials to anyone with an internet connection, making it a treasure trove for researchers, historians, and curious individuals. Of course, having a collection that large doesn’t help anyone if it’s difficult to access. To help with this,... Topics: internet archive, wayback machine, open library, ias3, ias3api, ia-wrapper, computer programming,...
Celebrate at the Internet Archive — 1024 — Thursday, October 24, 2013 The Internet Archive once-a-year celebration and announcements of new services. (And it just so happened to fall on 1024, which our fellow geeks will recognize as 2^10.) We gathered together to tell you about the new steps we’re taking to guarantee permanent, free access to the world’s knowledge. Some things we shared: Reader Privacy for All - Brewster Kahle and Daniel Ellsberg We are helping to protect the reading... favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: internet archive, brewster kahle, tracey jaquith, roger macdonald, alexis rossi, jason scott,...
This guide will show you how to use waybackpack, a handy little command line utility, which allows you to automatically download all wayback machine archives for any given URL. Download it here: https://github.com/jsvine/waybackpack ---------------- Shop: http://N-O-D-E.net/shop/ Patreon: http://patreon.com/N_O_D_E_ BTC: 17HqC7ZzmpE7E8Liuyb5WRbpwswBUgKRGZ Newsletter: http://eepurl.com/ceA-nL Bitmessage: BM-2cVJksPWHTyGHcdn9PRm6W5u77eyfkeNsK Topics: debian, command line utility, terminal app, wayback machine, archive.org, download website history,...
This Week on the Virtual Skeptics: Bob is the quizmaster; Eve’s hanging out with Yeti Bear and Boo Boo; And Tim has misplaced some of his tools... I’m your host, Brian Gregory… And this is our panel for the week... Bob Blaskiewicz - CSI’s Conspiracy Guy web columnist, blogger for Skeptical Humanities, and Skepticality contributor Eve Siebert - Editor and blogger at Skeptical Humanities and contributor to Skepticality and Insight at Skeptic.com Tim Farley - blogger at Skeptools and... Topics: skepticism, Virtual Skeptics, science, critical thinking, podcast, Yeti, Bigfoot, Bryan Sykes, DNA,...
(AKA "Intellectual Coitus") This sound file is a commentary meant to be played whilst watching the Star Trek Original Series episode "Return To Tomorrow." Time travel. Spock's exotic dancing career. Poetry. Pins. CHiPs. Something for everyone. It really hasn't been a year, has it? Hey! How cool is it having the WABAC machine on the Wayback machine?! As always, check out the show notes at abdwatchtv.com and don't forget: Lyrics. Topics: science fiction, sci-fi, scifi, commentary, commentaries, TV, television, episode, star trek,...